Peruse this list of links to sites for your enviro-enjoyment!

In the Kingston area:

Sustainable Kingston – A website outlining the efforts of over 40 organizations and groups in the Kingston area towards Kingston’s goal of being Canada’s Most Sustainable City!

School of Environmental Studies – Check here for a list of environmental initiatives in the Queen’s community

Kingston Public Market– Stop by the market in downtown Kingston. Check out their website for hours & directions.

Farmer’s Market at Queen’s – On Wednesdays, vendors from the Farmer’s Market park in front of Stauffer Library to sell their goods.

Kingston Sustainability Centre– From one centre to another…Check out their location in Kingston for lots of community information and events

Queen’s Alma Mater Society – Check out all the other clubs and services Queen’s has to offer! (See: the Commission on Environment & Sustainability section)

Some of Our Favorites:

David Suzuki Foundation – Commentary about the latest environmental happenings from the people at the David Suzuki Foundation

Greenpeace Canada – Everyone’s favourite environmental activists

Story of Stuff – If you haven’t already, or even if you have, check out this 20 minute video about the impact of consumption

Tipping Point –  ~10 min animated video about important factors and potential impacts of global climate change

TreeHugger – A link to the Discovery Channel’s environmental media outlet. Find their current news stories, DIY projects

Instructables– Online community of crafters and DIYers. Lots of cool green projects you can do at home with recycled items!

Carbon Savings – Help your wallet while you conserve energy and water.  This website highlights new technologies to do so, and provides calculators to estimate your annual savings, payback period, and CO2 reduction.

Job Opportunities:

GoodWork Canada – Looking for an environmental job? Check out job postings here

Society for Conservation Biology – More jobs!

CRAFT Kingston– Organic farming internships in Ontario

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